The art piece that i selected for my analysis is called the triumph of divine love by peter paul rubens the artwork is an oil painting on canvas, circa 1625 this piece of art was commission by isabella clara eugenia, infanta of spain and portugal. Rather than employing religious themes to reveal spiritual and artistic truths, as with italian baroque art, dutch artists from the period looked to nature their collective ethos might be summarized by the guiding principle of rembrandt van rijn, one of the greatest artists of the baroque, or any period: one should be guided by nature only. A flemish painter, peter paul rubens' baroque style emphasized movement, sensuality and color although he was raised as a catholic and painted counter-reformation pieces f or the church, he was born into a protestant family in 1568, his mother and father fled the spanish netherlands due to. Caravaggio was known as the father of baroque art he used earth realism and dramatic use of light broke from the renaissance idealism and became the leading influences of other baroque painters like rembrandt who made many versions of caravaggio's master pieces like abraham's sacrificethe conversion of saint paul was one of.
With well know names like rembrant, bach, pennini, caravaggio, bernini, tintoretto, velasques, poussin, handel, and rubens, the period produced many popular pieces of music and art the art of the period was filled with movement, light versus shadow, and the use of the whole surface. Although, baroque art had some of the best painters during that time were, velázquez, caravaggio, rembrandt, rubens, and many more one of my favorite paintings of this era was the calling of matthew painted by caravaggio. Peter paul rubens, elevation of the cross, from saint walburga, the laocoön, which rubens made drawings of during his time in rome baroque art in flanders.
Artists like rembrandt, vermeer, and rubens were major artists of the baroque era the name baroque became a name that is associated with strong emotional feelings, passion and tension, whether in music, art, or politics. The flemish painter peter paul rubens (1577- 1640) was one of the foremost figures of baroque painting a highly prolific artist who is credited with more than 1000 works was a master of drama and color which was used to create both contrast and harmony as well as to emphasize emotion, sensuality and tension. Las meninas 1656 mirror is important, it reflects the painting- curtain gives it away door way, velazquez seen painting remarkable representation of a representation made into a metaphor for baroque picture making. More baroque architecture baroque art baroque art is mainly defined by a time period baroque art in spain and italy was made as a response to the protestant reformation - look and see how magnificent the catholic church can be. Peter paul rubens was arguably one of the best painters of the 17th century baroque style, and certainly the most famous northern european painter of his day his self-portrait here shows a restrained nobleman, dress sword included, and was painted late in his life after a very successful career in art, politics, and business.
Born in 1577, peter paul rubens was a 17th century flemish artist who became recognised as one of the leading proponents of a bold, exuberant artistic style called baroque. This painting and the latin announcement that rembrandt made it marks the beginning of the painter's mature career thomas eakins, portrait of dr samuel d gross (the gross clinic) , 1875, oil on canvas, 244 x 1982 cm (philadelphia museum of art. Most pieces of art are much better in person, of course, but this was simply an incredible difference so, aside from my little story to explain i think in person the rembrandt would stun the socks off of anyone, just the sheer art and use of the paint.
List of famous baroque paintings, listed alphabetically with pictures of the art when available the baroque period was a cultural awakening in the art world, so it's no surprise it produced some of the most historic paintings in the history of the world. While the baroque nature of rembrandt's art is clear, the label is less often used for vermeer and many other dutch artists flemish baroque painting shared a part in this trend, while also continuing to produce the traditional categories. His baroque pieces incorporate large windows and richly decorated, continuous walls allow an even light to bath the space he combines energy and fantasy without the italian drama the plan is made up of ovals and circles which make the space dynamic and play off the elaborate nature of he space.
Baroque entertainment, which is the product of conglomerated entertainment industries with multi-media interests, presents contemporary audiences with new baroque forms of expression that are aligned with late. Baroque art: baroque art was a form of art that emerged in europe in the late 16th century renaissance art: renaissance art was a form of art that emerged in europe in the 14th century characteristics of baroque art and renaissance art. Rubens and rembrandt are prime examples of baroque art, easily exemplified by the heavy darks and lights they both incorporate into their works despite all these similarities, to many, rembrandt can be surely considered as one of the greatest artist of the baroque periods.